Hybrid Virtual Analog Synth For Windows

Bitsonic releases Waspy 3 VSTi      11/04/14



Bitsonic says that Waspy 3 is a hybrid virtual analog VSTi synthesizer with samples, that was built to produce superior quality sound and music. They tell us that the new graphical interface ensures the highest level of usability and that it uses highly optimized code and SSE instructions in order to reduce the CPU usage to a minimum.

A spokesperson told us, "Most presets are engineered in analog style, so if you like the eighties, this is your software."

Here's how Bitsonic describes Waspy 3...

1) Oscillators
At its core Waspy 2 houses 2 alias-free unison oscillators and 2 simple oscillators, which generate analog shaped waveforms. The unison oscillator is capable of producing 6 unison voices in stereo. You can send 3 Osc output into the next Osc, so you can variy the sound.

2) Presets
You can use 825 different presets in the Waspy 3. Its core preset houses 612 sample file with the oscillators. Sounds of near future in Waspy 3. Lead, Pad, Bass, Atmosphere, kick, snare, clap, hihat, crash, Fx

3) Filter
The Filter is very high capacity. You can control the filter with 8 settings, and with the ADSR modul. You can enable the velocity filter, and change the feeling with the filter lfo. If you don't want to use the filter on the sample wav files, you can disable it.

4) Arpeggiator
65 Different melodic modes, built-in step sequencer with adjustable pitch in 2 octave, tempo and the beat numbers.

5) FX
Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Vibrato, Phaser, Key pitch, Portamento in mono mode, Distortion-Overdrive.

Pricing and Availability:

59 Euro
Free 240 hour trial available.

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